Welcome to Cameron Memorial Community Hospital
We are an independent, not-for-profit, 25-bed critical access hospital offering health and wellness services to our community of Steuben County, Indiana, and beyond to northeast Indiana, northwest Ohio and southern Michigan. With roots dating back to 1926, we have served generations of families through personalized, compassionate and high-quality care. Today, we offer that same commitment to care in a modern facility with advanced equipment and an outstanding team of physicians and healthcare professionals, who are all dedicated to our patients and the community as a whole.
The mission of Cameron Memorial Community Hospital is to improve the quality of life for those we serve through relationships focused on health and wellness.
Cameron will provide high quality, innovative and individualized care that is focused on health and wellness by establishing community and strategic partnerships, integrations and technologies.
Cameron Hospital has a long tradition of providing high-quality healthcare services to the people of Steuben County and surrounding communities. Through the years, we have helped generation after generation enjoy better health and live comfortably, as our hospital continues to serve the medical needs of our community.
At one time, Angola had two hospitals. The first was founded in 1926 by Dr. Don F. Cameron, while the second, known as Elmhurst, was established by Dr. Lester L. Eberhart in 1945. Eventually, in 1972, the two hospitals merged into one hospital—Cameron Memorial Community Hospital, which was located at its current site of 416 East Maumee Street in Angola, Indiana.
Today, Cameron Hospital is a modern, thriving hospital featuring the latest technology and advanced equipment. A 25-bed critical access, not-for-profit community hospital, Cameron is focused on providing quality healthcare for Steuben County and the surrounding areas.
We are recognized as a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital, which illustrates the exceptional value Cameron provides to our community.
Cameron Memorial Community Hospital has been officially recognized as a Critical Access Hospital (CAH). This means our hospital is certified to receive cost-based reimbursement from Medicare intended to improve financial performance and reduce hospital closures. The CAH designation is designed to reduce the financial vulnerability of rural hospitals and improve access to quality healthcare by keeping essential services in rural communities*. Cameron meets the necessary criteria due to our rural location, the number of beds we have and the fact that we provide 24/7 emergency care services.
The CAH status helps ensure that Cameron Hospital remains financially viable, so we can focus on fulfilling the healthcare and wellness needs of our community. The designation also grants our hospital access to the CAH network of acute care hospitals for support and expansion of services, and enables more flexible staffing and services specific to our community.
*Source: Rural Health Information Hub
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416 E. Maumee Street, Angola, IN 46703